Johnny Winter: Live Through the '70s

Johnny Winter: Live Through the '70s

Director:  Cast: Johnny Winter

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Product Details

Release Date: 11/11/2008
UPC: 0022891475590
Original Release: 2008
Source: Mvd Visual
Region Code: 0
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:51:00
Sales rank: 6,341

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Disc #1 -- Johnny Winter: Live Through the '70s
1. Gladsaxe Teen Club, Denmark 1970: "Frankenstein" [8:57]
2. Chapter 2Gladsaxe Teen Club, Denmark 1970: "Be Careful of the Fool" [7:00]
3. Gladsaxe Teen Club, Denmark 1970: "Drop the Bomb" [4:32]
4. Detroit Tubeworks, Michigan 1970: Interview [1:56]
5. Royal Albert Hall, London, UK 1970: "Johnny Be Good" [2:42]
6. Royal Albert Hall, London, UK 1970: "Talk to Your Daughter" [2:53]
7. Royal Albert Hall, London, UK 1970: "Tell the Truth" [5:19]
8. Detroit Tubeworks, Michigan 1970: Interview [2:13]
9. Detroit Tubeworks, Michigan 1970: "Key to the Highway" [8:55]
10. Beat Club, Germany 1970: "Mean Town Blues" [6:56]
11. Detroit Tubeworks, Michigan 1970: Interview [2:09]
12. Palace Theater, Waterbury, CT 1973: "Rock and Roll Hootchie Koo" [4:24]
13. Palace Theater, Waterbury, CT 1973: "Stone County" [4:20]
14. Blues Summit, Chicago, IL 1974: "Walking Through the Park" [4:09]
15. Detroit Tubeworks, Michigan 1970: Interview [1:23]
16. Musikladen, Germany 1974: "Boney Maroney" [3:09]
17. Rockpalast, Germany 1979: "Walking by Myself" [9:10]
18. Rockpalast, Germany 1979: "Mississippi Blues" [17:43]
19. Rockpalast, Germany 1979: "Suzie Q" [12:53]

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Johnny Winter: Live Through the '70s 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
nickdanger More than 1 year ago
If you are a fan you will appreciate the artistry of Johnny's playing here. While lacking video quality on some of the DVD it is still good considering the time of its shooting. The audio is done much better and while certainly an analog recording it is remixed very well. His playing and singing are first rate. If you like the blues this is an automatic purchase. I hope there is some more in the archives.